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June 24, 1988 - Image 127

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-06-24

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MONUMENTS BY

Sidney A. Deitch

BERG AND
URBACH

DETROIT
MONUMENT
WORKS

FINE MONUMENTS
SINCE 1910

ALEXANDER PAVLOV,
41, of Southfield, died June
19. Survived by his wife,
Galena; two daughters, Jen-
nifer and Regina.

JACK V. PERLMAN, 67,
former Detroiter of Margate,
Fla., died June 15. He leaves
a daughter, Mrs. John (Bar-
bara) Mellen of Bloomfield
Hills; a son, Richard of
Chicago, Ill.; a brother, San-
ford of Birmingham; and two
grandchildren. Interment
Detroit.

IRVING PINKNEY, 74, died
June 14. He leaves his wife,
Gertrude; two sons, Henry
and Alfred of Tacoma Park,
Md.; and three grandsons.

JERRY MITCHELL ROB-
BINS, 33, former Detroiter of
Long Beach, Calif., died June
11. Survived by his father,
Bernard of Detroit; two
sisters, Rosalind Pearlman of
Phoenix, Ariz., and Arleen
Spinner of Tempe, Ariz.; two
brothers, Ronald of Michigan
and Marshall of Florida;
nieces and nephews. Services
in Scottsdale, Ariz.

ARTHUR SCHWARTZ, 60,
died June 17. He leaves his
wife, Faye; a son, Paul; a
daughter, Mrs. Bryan
(Joanne) Levine; his father,
Isadore Schwartz; and a
sister, Mrs. Frances Fisher.

BESSIE SHWITZER, 89,
former Oak Park resident of
Encino, Calif., died June 7.
Survived by two daughters,
Diane Goldman of Encino
and Joan Cohen of San Fran-
cisco, Calif.; a sister, Rose
Greenberg of Milwaukee,
Wis.; a brother, John Ruskin
of San Diego, Calif.; eight
grandchildren and six
great-grandchildren.

MARVIN SIMON, 59, died
June 21. He leaves his wife,
Adis; two sons, Howard and
Barry of Danville, Calif.; his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack
(Celia) Simon; a brother,
Sheldon; and three
grandchildren.

LOUIS M. SMITH, 84, of
Chicago, Ill., died June 18. He
leaves a brother, Hyman of
Chicago. Interment Detroit.

AIDA ROSEN SPERLING,
83, died June 15. She leaves
a daughter, Mrs. Philip (Myr-
na) Fischer; two sons, Robert
Rosen of Miami, Fla., and
Alan Rosen of Los Angeles,
Calif.; two brothers, Martin
Lebofsky and Lester Lebof-
sky, both of New York; seven
grandchildren and two
great-granddaughters.

REGINA SPITZER, 85, of
Southfield, died June 19. Sur-
vived by a son, Kurt; a sister,
Mrs. Dola Fischer of London,
England; and three
grandchildren.

BEN STEINBERG, 74, of
Livonia, died June 18. Sur-
vived by his wife, Frances; a
son, Raymond; a daughter,
Marlene; a brother, Nathan;
and three grandchildren.

WILLIAM TENNER, 84,
died June 21. He leaves a son,
Dr. Charles; and two
granddaughters.

HILDA WOLFISH, 83, of
Toronto, Ont., Canada, died
June 7. Survived by two sons,
Dr. Martin of Toronto and Dr.
Norman of Ottawa, Canada; a
daughter, Mrs. Norman
(Malca) Wechsler of West
Bloomfield; 10 grandchildren
and two great-grandchildren.

T. Rosenberg

Theodore M. Rosenberg, an
attorney in Grand Blanc,
Mich., died June 16 at age 62.
A resident of Grand Blanc
for the past 15 years, Mr.
Rosenberg was a native
Detroiter. He was a senior
partner in the firm of
Rosenberg, Vigiletti, Gebauer
and McCrandall. He was a
1953 graduate of Wayne State
University Law School.
Mr. Rosenberg was a two-
term president of Flint's 'Tem-
ple Beth El (1981-1983,
1985-1987). He represented a
homeowners group in Detroit
in 1974 which became wide-
ly recognized as as a major
anti-block busting case.
He leaves his wife, Dolores;
a son, David of Grand Blanc;
Mrs. Christopher (Lisa
Rosenberg) Hajek of
Rochester Hills; his mother,
Mrs. Ida Rosenberg; and a
brother, Edwin of Southfield.
Interment Detroit.

Rubye Schreiber

Rubye Schreiber, chairman
of the Oak Park donor center
for the American Red Cross
blood bank, died June 15 at
age 73.
Born in Missouri, Mrs.
Schreiber lived more than 60
years in Detroit. She was the
blood chairman for the
Oakland Region of the Red
Cross blood bank and the day
chairman of the Providence
Hospital American Red Cross
volunteers.
She leaves three daughters,
Mrs. Joseph (Winnie) Snyder,
Mrs. Melvin (Sybil)
Markowitz and Mrs. Michael
(Margo) Goldman; 15 grand-
children and four
great-grandchildren.

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During the coming week Yeshivath Beth
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following departed friends, with the tradi-
tional Memorial Prayers, recitation of Kad-
dish and Studying of Mishnavos.

SAMUEL ARONOFF
SOL N. BLOCH
SAMUEL GOREN
SARAH GREENBAUM
SANDOR GRUNWALD
JENNIE LEVIN
SOPHIA SAULSON
MARGARET SELIK
DAVE STEIN
NATHAN ZABLUDOVSKY
FLORENCE EGLAR
ANNA GINSBERG
MARION LAVEN
SAUL LEVINE
HYMAN MANDELBAUM
SANDRA F. MEDLER
NOCHUM ROSENBERG
HARRY SCHUMANN
SYLVIA SCHNEIDER
CHAIM Z. STRAUSS
CELIA TEREBELO
VICTOR S. AXELROAD
YETTA FRIEDMAN
IRVING KLEIFF
MAX NEIMARK
TCHARNE SCHNEIDER
WOLF SCHNEIDER
MORRITZ SCHUBINER
HARRY SEAMAN
GAD STRUDEL
RIVA BROWNS
MOLLY COHEN
ANNA R. EISENBERG
BESSIE GOLDSTEIN
PHILIP GROSSMAN
BERTHA SPINNER
SAMUEL SPITZER
ARON TEMCHIN
LEAH CHAIKIN
ABRAHAM DOKTOR
SAMUEL GLUCK
DOROTHY GOLDSTEIN
LEON KERSH
IDA LOWENSTEIN
ANNA SAMEROFF
PINCHAS SCHWARTZ
ELLIOTT D. STROM
LENA WALDMAN
IDA B. SHAYNE

NATHAN BACKHAUT
ANNA C. DEAR
LOUIS J. GOLD
ESTELLE KAPLAN
ISAAC KASHTAN
EVA LEVINE
FANNIE MARKOWITZ
HYMAN MILINSKY
REBECCA PLOTNICK
RISHA G. ROSEN
BESSIE WEBER
IRVING YORK
SAM BOESKY
JACOB GOLDMINTZ
SAMUEL R. GREENBAUM
HELENA A. HESZEWSKA
JEAN STALRIT
ISADORE M. TAYLOR
DAVE WEINER

TAMMUZ JUNE
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Funeral Director

Ira Kaufman

1896-1986

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